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Bloomberg
Jan 14, 2014 6:00pm EST
programming in today's hollywood. there is more pressure to compete with hbo and netflix. >> everybody. you are not a cable network in less you have some kind of poet high-profile original content to make a name for yourself. >> here is what starz is hoping to do. they want to get out 65-75 hours of original content by 28. -- 2015. said thatverman once he would make something a little controversial here, there's too much television. when you think about all the different channels that we have in all of the hours of programming that they have to fail, and there are so many reruns of miami vice and law and order -- i would watch all of them. it is wonderful if you are a creator, -- >> everybody is doing it. there are a million channels on youtube. >> i cannot even watch all the tv i want to want on a night. >> it takes me forever to get the ratio. but when i find a good one, i am out. -- i am helped. -- hooked. it worked out well for netflix with "house of cards" and "orange is the new bladck." we spoke with ben gilligan who said, if it weren't for netflix, i don't know if we would have
FOX News
Jan 14, 2014 2:00pm PST
hollywood are bending over for obamacare like roofy's gumbies. you have a critic who called the movie, he called the movie cliched. and he is right, because serving your country is cliched. patriotism is cliched because it exists and it's real and it's good. sometimes those are cliches. what's not cliche in their eyes is bashing that behavior. they somehow think bashing serving your country is edgy when it's really as edgy as a cottonball. what's killing the critics is things like this movie and "duck dynasty" are doing so well in an america they don't recognize. it must be making the brothers throw up knowing that these things are so successful. >> i'm glad you said that. everybody at the table seems to thing, gee, the liberals really don't like our soldiers. they're so opposed to them. didn't hollywood make this movie? mark wahlberg and the gang? secondly, guess what, i think there are lots of liberals, eric, who love america, and think patriotism and fighting for the country is terrific. let me finish. and guess who's going to see this movie? >> you? >> it's not the "duck dynasty"
FOX Business
Jan 14, 2014 4:00pm EST
in and of themselves stars in addition to cars once owned by hollywood types. tell me about this, the hot wheels collection here. >> this is absolutely a star of epic proportions. not only are these cars stars, but literally what childhood memories have been made up of for a generation going into the next generation. these cars represent all that is america. drag racing -- >> hot wheels. >> hot wheels. waking up on christmas morning playing, who wants to the mongoose, who wants to be snake. >> i was always the snake. my little brother was always the mongoose. i always won by the way. seriously these cars represent something historic. they are worthy being in the smith knownian. they are a mayor kahn narcs 100% incredibly valuable today. >> we'll talk about it in detail. show the audience two-star cars, one owned and driven by michael jackson an '86 ferrari. that is a car getting a lot of attention at barrett-jackson scottsdale. there was simon cowell's bugatti. that will go over a million dollars. that is getting a lot of attention. what is it about hot wheels, don prudhomme is off-ca
FOX Business
Jan 14, 2014 3:00pm EST
games cost more than some hollywood blockbusters to make but what do they mean to a retailer's bottom line and what about the business of gaining and a cloud? no longer science fiction. we sit down with him stop ceo paul racine that fox business exclusive. this is 20%, revised their holiday sales and fourth quarter numbers. we will ask what is really going on here and whether there might be a turnaround soon. my dad has aor afib.brillation, he has the most common kind... ...it's not caused by a heart valve problem. dad, it t says your afib puts you at 5 times greater risk of a stroke. that's why i take my warfarin every day. but it looks like maybe we should ask your doctor about pradaxa. in a clinical trial, pradaxa® (dabigatran etexilate mesylate)... ...was proven superior to warfarin at reducing the risk of stroke. and unlike warfarin, with no regular blood tests or dietary restrictions. hey thanks for calling my doctor. sure. pradaxa is not for people with artificial het valves. don't stop taking pradaxa without talking to your doctor. stopping increases your risk of strok
ABC
Jan 14, 2014 11:00am PST
the hottest entertainers in hollywood had his home raided by police and there could be some egg on justin bieber's face. >> the latest photo of a super model with baby drawing new criticism of the safe of her i took my son fishing every year. we had a great spot, not easy to find, but worth it. but with copd making it hard to breathe, i thought those days might be over. so my doctor prescribed symbicort. it helps significantly improve my lung function starting within five minutes. symbicort doesn't replace a rescue inhaler for sudden symptoms. with symbicort, today i'm breathing better. and that means...fish on! [ female announcer ] symbicort is for copd including chronic bronchitis and emphysema. it should not be taken more than twice a day. symbicort contains formoterol. medicines like formoterol increase the risk of death from asthma problems. symbicort may increase your risk of lung infections, osteoporosis, and some eye problems. tell your doctor if you have a heart condition or high blood pressure before taking it. [ man ] with copd, i thought i'd miss our family tradition. n
Bloomberg
Jan 14, 2014 1:00pm EST
original programming in today's new hollywood. is feelingstarz pressure to put more content out there to compete with not only hbo but netflix. >> and everybody paid it seems like you are not a cable network unless you have some big, several even, high-profile original content to make a name for yourself. >> here is what starz is hoping to do, get out 65 to 75 hours of original content by 2015. >> ben silverman, who used to run nbc entertainment, then had his own production company, was at a conference and he said "i will make something a little controversial here -- there is too much television." you think of all the different channels we have and the hours of programming we have to fill and there are so many reruns of miami vice -- so many reruns of order vice" and "law and ," not that i wouldn't watch all of them, but it is wonderful if you are creator. >> one million channels on youtube. >> i can't even watch all the tv i want to on sunday night, much less in total. to getakes me forever through the show now but when i find a good one i am hooked. on netflixbinge view and ru
FOX News
Jan 14, 2014 10:00am PST
people and groups going out with the recruitment of hollywood stars to make pitches about obama care. i bet you will see that in the coming weeks. >> brett, one last thing, we heard from the administration that it doesn't matter young versus old, the metric to look at is sick versus data. how many people signing up are truly sick or how many are healthy? >> we don't have the data. the demographic break down female to male. and more females than male and more older people than younger people as the percentages we talked about. the other people we have from yesterday's number. four out of five people signing up so far qualified for some kind of a federal subsidy on a federal level. that is a tax credit situation that is interesting. >> those are something. we'll see what else the white house has to say. brett, thank you for breaking it down. >> negotiators reached a deal on a 1.2 trillion there budget. this is after three years of bitter battle. with me now best selling author called upheffal. lou dobbes. lou, congratulations to you on the new book. and what about the budget deal, grea
Bloomberg
Jan 14, 2014 12:00pm EST
bring that sexy to the millenial? the miley cyrus's of the world influences them. hollywood and at there arelture world, the reese witherspoon's who have looks, or the kate bosworth's. i follow those trends, rather than the trends on the temporary side that come and go very quickly. i like something longer lasting and more trip -- more classic, with a twist. pressure to fall in with those who offer a much smaller price point, or is a happybosworth's. i follow those trends, rather than the trends shopper happy tr that? >> is a premium brand. luxury brand is expensive. fast fashion, but not really well made. i want great quality, great premium positioning in the marketplace, and still attach a status to it. a tommyere one thing customer wants, what is it? >> everything. it is never enough. if we put red, green, yellow, purple, beige, they want brown and rust. we are doing is continually expanding assortments to make sure we really check every single box. are they slim? are they tight? are they full cut? are they soft? are they watched? are they colorful? are they affordable? check. a
Al Jazeera America
Jan 14, 2014 12:00pm EST
made what they thought was a sound investigation decision. they purchased a home in hollywood, florida, buying at the peak of the real estate market. >> the value has decreased by about $70,000. it makes us kind of scared for the future wondering if we will be able to own this home outright. it makes us wonder if we should continue to stay in the home. >> reporter: they are now considered underwater in their home, meaning the current loan amount is at least 25% higher than the value of the property. they paid almost $300,000 for a home now worthless than $200,000. >> the frustrating part also is when i see at this time that the market is starting to change, i see friends and family around us purchasing homes and getting more for their money. >> reporter: according to new figures, by realty track which compiles trend in the marketplace, some 9.3 million u.s. residential properties are currently under water. florida has the second highest rate in the nation of such homes, nevada leads the way. 34% of florida homeowners are considered underwater, 61% of those are deeply under wat
Univision
Jan 14, 2014 7:00am PST
pelÍcula de hollywood. es una situaciÓn de rehenes en denver, un sospechoso sujeta y empuja a una seÑora hacia la puerta de un seven eleven, estaban rodeados por un equipo suat. pero en menos de 30 segundos todo termino. un disparo sacÓ de accion al agresor y la mujer escapÓ. los agentes rodearon y luego fue llevado en condiciÓn critica. >>> fue aterrador, estresante. no se lo deseo ni a un enemigo. la crisis comenzÓ cuando la policÍa recibiÓ una llamada que un hombre habÍa tomado una tienda con tres personas dentro. el equipo acudiÓ al lugar, el sospechoso se asomÓ a la ventana usando a la mujer como escudo hasta que saliÓ con ella y se escucho el disparo. >>> el intento jalar nuevamente a la mujer, y por temor que la seguridad estuviera en riesgo, uno de los oficiales disparo. la mujer habÍa acudido a dejar un pedido en esta camioneta blanca. la mujer dijo que los agentes hicieron un gran trabajo porque ella escapÓ con vida, horas despuÉs se marchÓ sin dar su nombre. >>> no bliso revelar su identidad, pero dijo estar agradecida con los agentes. hasta anoche perman
CBS
Jan 14, 2014 7:00am PST
shows us he's now turning a lens on hollywood. >> reporter: his pictures mind-bending. fantastical, iconic. howard schatz had been treating us views to the lens for the past 25 years. >> don't you whatever me young lady. >> reporter: his greatest project shows us that a picture is really worth a thousand words and maybe -- >> never again! >> reporter: -- a few screams. today shoot with actress melissa leo is for his new book "caught in the act, actors acting." in it schatz gives a rare look at each actor's methods with a little help of improv. >> huh! who's that? who's that a picture of? >> where does this idea come this notion actors acting? >> really i'm really interested in a creative process. how did an actor take ink on a paper become an individual from a completely different individual from another place, another time. i remember shooting robin williams on a project, shooting underwater. so i gave him a part to play. and i shot it. it was great. >> schatz worked with 85 actors. >> i don't care how old you are -- >> reporter: giving them scenarios. >> you're the scorned mistre
ABC
Jan 14, 2014 7:00am PST
out like a hollywood thriller, but this scene outside a denver 7-eleven monday was all too real. a gunman taking three hostages inside the store for about an hour before emerging with this woman, using her as a human shield, as he ignored hostage negotiators' demands to surrender. then the whole thing comes to a jaw-dropping end as police open fire. [ gunshot ] the suspect goes down and the hostage makes a run for it, dodging behind a s.w.a.t. team van. >> we heard a loud bang and saw the guy's face just fell back like if it was a car accident, like whiplash. >> reporter: the bullets just inches away from the hostage herself, a potentially risky move, but one they say they had to make. >> he attempted to pull her back if the store. out of fear for her safety, one of the officers fired a shot striking the individual. >> reporter: this morning, police say the suspect is in critical condition. as for the hostage we're told she's a bakery delivery woman who was making her usual stop at the 7-eleven before it came to a very unusual end. for "good morning america," clayton sandell, abc n
Bloomberg
Jan 14, 2014 10:00am EST
. >> when you look at hollywood and when you look at the pop- culture world, there are the reese witherspoon's who have great classic looks. .r kate bosworth i followed those trends rather than the trends on the temporary side that come and go very quickly. i like something longer-lasting, more classic with a twist. >> is there such a dearth of top talent? when we look at what has happened to jcpenney or very fewie, are there leaders who really know how to run businesses? >> there are very few leaders in the world but there are great readers like terry lundgren from macy's. he is one of the best in the business. if you look at macy's numbers, they are powerful. then you look at h&m, companies like that, and they are powerful. top shelf is genius. they are fantastic, but they are not a designer brand. having a designer brand is much different than having a mass brand. this provides something different to the consumer. status, a connection with a person, behind the label, so to speak, a lifestyle. we are really building and we have built a lifestyle global brand rather than just a
FOX News
Jan 14, 2014 6:00am PST
new controversy for the hollywood movie on the lone survivor of a taliban ambush in afghanistan. >> i was put in a situation that i had no choice and had to deal with this. i had to confront it head on and it is what it is. it is a movie. it is based on real life experiences and you got to have that fine line right down the middle. martha: so now some in the media are slamming lone survivor and calling it military propaganda. howard kurtz joins us with his take on that. bill: stunning new video. a driver losing control, i mean in a big way. wait until you hear what caused the driver to do this on. road. martha: plus bill o'reilly says there is only one reason why the media is piling on governor chris christie. >> governor christie is at this point the biggest threat to the democratic party. so we are seeing a personal campaign lodged against him that will not calm down anytime soon. like i do, getting the right nutrition isn't always easy. first, i want a way to help minimize my blood sugar spikes. then, a way to support heart health. ♪ and let's not forget immune support. ♪
CBS
Jan 14, 2014 6:00am PST
full circumstance until hollywood. last night he dropped the ceremonial puck between the kings and canucks. >>> a programming note, friday night "49er preview" will be live from seattle as we take the show on the road to prepare for the nfc championship. i'm dennis o'donnell, have a great day. >>> play of the day, diving header, another look, and there it goes. from the premier league soccer. but it was the only goal for aston villa. they needed one more so they lost. your play of the day. >> good play of the day. >>> even a san francisco staple has a case of 49ers play-off fever. the bodine bakery at fisherman's wharf is known for displaying sourdough critters in its window but this week ahead of the nfc championship game he is showing off his 49ers pride decked out in patrick willis jersey while chomping on a seahawks jersey. 49ers pride is hard to miss here, too. from cute babies to the little kittens to die-hard pet fans. thanks for uploading your 49ers faithful photos and check this out. tweet us... or just go to kpix-dot-com, and click on y x" to >> a lot of stuff around the
CBS
Jan 14, 2014 5:00am PST
. >>> pitcher brian wilson came full circumstance until hollywood. last night he dropped the ceremonial puck between the kings and canucks. >>> a programming note, friday night "49er preview" will be live from seattle as we take the show on the road to prepare for the nfc championship. i'm dennis o'donnell, have a great day. >>> play of the day, diving header, another look, and there it goes. but it was the only goal for aston via. >>> the cheerleaders recorded a fun video because they didn't make it to the super bowl. while on location, in cozumel, mexico for the swimsuit calendar they did a hula hoop with a gopro camera then hula hooped in their bikinis and we're showing it to you this morning. >>> 5:26. powerful winds and firefighters on high alerts. the neighborhoods at risk. >> and the white house needs young healthy people to sign up for health insurance. what the latest enrollment numbers are telling us. coming up. >> reporter: and google has bought nest labs for $3 billion the makers of the digital thermostats what this means for your privacy. i'm kiet do coming up in a live rep
CNN
Jan 14, 2014 3:00am PST
. >> new developments in the hollywood family feud. actress is taking a direct hit at her ex. he was showered for lifetime achievement a ward which he did not receive in person. mia and her son slammed him for the past. michelle has more on the family feud. >> hey guys. this is pretty ugly. yesterday we were talking about the golden globes. mia farrow reigniting a long standing feud with her ex woody allen and bringing family history back in the public eye. farrow displayed contempt on twitt eter twitter yesterday. golden globe tribute showed contempt for her and all abuse survivors. her angry post was aimed to allen where he was honored with the a ward for lifetime achievement. before the tribute was sent to air, mia farrow tweeted she was changing the channel saying time to grab some ice cream and switch over to #girls. ronan farrow tweeted missed the woody allen tribute. did they put the part he molested a girl. >> this issue of the estranged family members have discovered a new social media world to tore mea torment him. mia and allen separated after she found out he was having a
FOX News
Jan 14, 2014 3:00am PST
hollywood of the seals peerless brawn. >> it truly the endorsement that really matters are the ones that come from the families of the fallen and also from marcus luttrell himself. and the freedom that the liberal bloggers are enjoying while slamming "lone survivor" as propaganda certainly might come to a halt after they listen to dakota myer, the youngest living medal of honor recipients. he had this to say. >> i guess you can call it whatever you want to, but understand that that propaganda, whatever they're calling it, is the reality. 4% of the nation that's gone over there for the last 12 years fighting these wars so we could be free and independent. that propaganda is our reality. you can call it whatever you want, but it's not propaganda. these are the stories of the men and women who are sacrificing and they've got to come back and tell the stories so other people know. >> exactly. >> if you're going to diminish it as untrue, you're not being correct in being just. for example, one of the critics says the unruly gang storms into a quiet village, firing off machine guns. they drag
PBS
Jan 14, 2014 3:00am PST
eyes by hollywood smoke on in the area restaurants offices and even airplane cabins simply a part of everyday life in january nineteen sixty four a turning point was reached. late us president john f kennedy's surgeon general. luther terry least an emphatic an authoritative report that said smoking causes illness and death and the government should do something about it rome the relationship between some cigarette smoking and health. in the field of long hair. reserve board has been called one of the most important documents in the us health history ushering in a new era of reform the day next year in nineteen sixty five congress mandated surgeon general warning labels on cigarette packs and then in nineteen seventy one cigarette commercials where bands on tv. over the years cigarette taxes were raised and sales to minors worker while tobacco companies also came under increasing legal attack in the biggest case of the mall more than forty u s states brought lawsuits demanding compensation for the cost of treating smoking related illnesses. tobacco companies settled in nineteen ninety
ABC
Jan 14, 2014 1:42am PST
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ABC
Jan 14, 2014 12:37am PST
that may not be there by that time. it's no secret that hollywood looks to the golden globes for clues about who's getting the biggest oscar buzz. from cate blanchett to matthew mcconaughey. >> all right, all right, all right. >> things are looking up after last night's win. but a golden globe nod doesn't always bring an oscar statuette. certain golden globe favorites have yet to win a single one. could this year finally be it for perennial oscar nominees leonardo dicaprio and amy adams? >> oh, you guys, thank you so much. >> reporter: other guests got their golden glow a different way. the ceremony was bumping, with beautiful moms-to-be, proving that even maternity wear can rock the red carpet in signature style. from flower girl drew barrymore to daring olivia wilde to classy kerry washington. the fashion front-runners were in fine form while staying true to form. and of course it wouldn't be an awards ceremony if it didn't spawn its own set of parodies. this year's target -- it girl jennifer lawrence. >> i don't know why it's so terrifying. it's obviously a good thing. >> in t
PBS
Jan 14, 2014 12:00am PST
, almost like a hollywood premiere. people were lined up down the street. i had played at another club, a smaller place that was like a restaurant. basically we brought our following up from there. we had already gotten started when i was approached on the idea but elmer ballantyne who conceived the whole idea. the original whiskey a go-go was a small little club in paris, france that only played records and people danced. it was the hot spot in paris. elmer was there and he love that. i said what kind of name is that? he said there is a place in paris and they call it a discotheque. we want you to play three sets a night, but in between we will have these gals dressed in fringes and they will play records between your sets so people can keep dancing. so that's how that all came about. all i did was play always old songs i had played back in my old ban in baton rouge, and chuck berry and little richard and jimmy reed and ray charles, you know. i grew up in that part of the country back in the 1950s. tavis: the audience was made up routinely of who's who. you have people like bob dylan and
FOX News
Jan 14, 2014 12:00am PST
jacqueline bissette. [applause]. i think it was the 47 years ago hollywood foreign press gave me a promising nomination for the -- a promising new comer. >> all right. then there was the tribute to woodial lynn with diane keaton singing an old girl scout song "make new friends." >> ♪ make new friends, but keep the old ♪ ♪ one is silver ♪ and the other's gold >> probably not good advice to give to woody allen if you know what i mean. he will go and look for new friends and likely in high school. and allen's son,/ brother-in-law responded by saying i missed the tribute. did they put the part where he molested her at age 7 before or after annie hall? and the favorite "red eye" getting the recognition he was due. >> all right, all right, all right. >> probably the best words ever said on celluloid. i don't know if you watched the globes. you were probably doing something sexy. >> those highlights just confirmed why i don't watch award shows. if anyone drank like they did at the golden globes they would be more entertaining. i can't believe they were applauding jacqueline bisset
ABC
Jan 13, 2014 11:35pm PST
>> dicky: from hollywood, it's "jimmy kimmel live"! tonight, kevin costner, harry connick, jr. "i-witness news - the bachelor edition." and music from michael kiwanuka. with cleto and the cletones. and now, most definitely, here's jimmy kimmel! and now, here's jimmy kimmel! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: thanks for coming. thank you for watching. [ cheers and applause ] thank you for coming to visit. [ cheers and applause ] i don't want -- i don't want the cops to know what's going on in here. so we have to be cool. [ laughter ] i'll be honest. i'm a mess tonight. i have an ear infection, which i had to have cut out with a knife this morning before work. i woke up with a cold today. and yet here i stand before you because your entertainment is more important to me -- [ cheers and applause ] some call me an american hero. [ laughter ] others just go with american. [ laughter ] i have mixed feelings about people coming to work sick. on one hand i admire their dedication. it would be easier to stay home. but on the other hand, get the hell away from me is all i can think. [ la
FOX News
Jan 13, 2014 11:00pm PST
dialogue about both? why isn't the dialogue emphasis -- i mean, hollywood doesn't, you know, try to sort of push that issue of like, you know -- >> because -- >> family -- >> the definition is did you spend more than the other guy. that's why our deficits are so high and problems are unsolved. they're asking the wrong question. common sense tells you this is the area you need to focus if you want to help children and escape poverty. no one is more articulate or would be than president obama who has talked about this in several of his speeches. he hasn't really invested in it or followed up on it but does talk about it. he has urged fathers to stay home and the importance of two parents raising children. he was brought up by a single mom and grandparents and became president. this is how you turn around society and change values. this is a value-laden fight. it is much more values than it is economics interestingly. because as i said, you can raise taxes all the waughant treen to give that money to somebody else. so long as they're still born in a home where the dad is not there and mother i
ABC
Jan 13, 2014 11:00pm PST
coveredca.com. >> dicky: from hollywood, it's "jimmy kimmel live"! tonight, kevin costner, harry connick, jr. "i-witness news - the bachelor edition." and music from michael kiwanuka. with cleto and the cletones. and now, most definitely, here's jimmy kimmel! and now, here's jimmy kimmel! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: thanks for coming. thank you for watching. [ cheers and applause ] thank you for coming to visit.
CW
Jan 13, 2014 10:00pm PST
hollywood. he drops the first puck between the kings and the -- oh my gosh. >> what is that? >> you know, i predict, honestly, i predict when he is done playing baseball, he will succeed dennis rodman as our next ambassador for north korea. >> really? >> thanks for watching. we'll see you at 11:00 on kpix5. ,,,,,,,,,, good. good answer. check it out. learning's fun now. yeah, back in our day, we didn't have u-verse high speed internet to play and learn online. ah, the educational toy bear. remember when the battery went out? [ slow, deep voice ] give me your abc's. all i learned was a new definition of fear. i need some pudding. yeah, there's one left. [ male announcer ] connect all your wi-fi-enabled devices with u-verse high speed internet. rethink possible. ( bell ringing )
FOX News
Jan 13, 2014 9:00pm PST
hotels for half price. next up, hollywood! h-o-t-w-i-r-e ♪ hotwire.com book with our app for an additional... $25.00 off your next hotel. >>> a new government directive for our nation's schools is already getting a failing grade by some for suggesting that punishment should be based on race, trace gallagher live in the news room. trace? >> so megyn, the department of justice are now asking schools to get rid of these zero tolerance policies because they believe they are being applied to minority students. black students are three times more likely than white students to be suspended. here is attorney general eric holder. >> alarming numbers of young people are suspended. they are expelled or even arrested for relatively minor transgressions like school uniform violations, school yard fights or showing what is called disrespect by laughing in class. >> and the reason those arrests are up, by the way, is because, he says there are more campus police on campus. now, civil rights groups call it the school to prison pipeline. but critics say what about students, including minority st
CSPAN
Jan 13, 2014 11:59pm EST
hollywood days. as the partnership we see nancy pats the coffin, it is heartbreaking. you imagine her patting his shoulder every night for 10 years. every night it was like losing him again. i think nancy got a rough start in this town, and she got a rough start in sacramento. she won everyone over in the 10 years that he had alzheimer's, she took care of him. >> maybe they weren't her words, the people around them called it the longest goodbye. it was 1994 when ronald reagan wrote that letter announcing to the world that he had alzheimer's. it was not nearly as familiar to us as it is today. he would live another 10 years out of public view, but she was with him. bel-were in their home in angeles.os and the closeness was with them right up until the end, and you see that in the video. >> the christening of the boat was in 2001, my father and i were both there. it was a cold, blustery day in april. and she said, i have to get back. he is agitated when i am not in the house. she really was his caretaker. >> let's talk a little bit about what the partnership meant in terms of national p
FOX News
Jan 13, 2014 8:00pm PST
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KRON
Jan 13, 2014 8:00pm PST
show noted for its surprise wins speeches. highlights. hollywood's biggest-stars uninhibited. "i'm gonna go up there and take that statue no matter what name is called." and mega-watt energy turned-up the red-carpet. douglas: "i feel good!" turner: "ya feel good?!" once inside, hosts tina fey and amy peohler. "gravity is nominated for best film." didn't hold nothin' back! "it's a story of how george clooney would rather be flown into space and die than spend one more minute with a woman his own age." poehler even donned a wig. "your name is sochi what are you the olympics?" and took her wild antics into the crowd. it was a night full of nerve-racking wins. else! what happened?" and typsy star speeches - "i had a few vodkas under my belt." "ok." best mini-series actress jaqueline bisset, stole the time with a lengthy minute walk-up - and a bizarre two and half minute speech. "i say like my mother, go to hell and never come back." the infectious jennifer lawrence won best actress for her 70's throwback role in 'american hustle.' much, don't ever do this again." seasoned leonardo dica
PBS
Jan 13, 2014 8:00pm PST
power of these broadcast networks and hollywood are generally two to some extent you seen it did become either way with the with the dean of the problems the controversy over so this is when even the old digital millennium copyright act. you have these tech giants like google and apple are getting into the content production of business you have netflix which amounts to you we have streaming capabilities and this training is based on cloud based technology which is something that dario the aerial case doesn't implicate because of what the networks are saying is we we we we have the right even tell off this cloud based form of content that you can draw upon privately. you know to get your own device so with the implications for this are very very clear the networks are going to lose power now they've been losing it for for years they still haven't because even though most people will watch network tv or old people like me. um you know will die off eventually and the young people who were streaming house of cards on netflix or watching apple tv or going to be though you know they're going
Univision
Jan 13, 2014 6:30pm PST
hollywood da el globo de oro que el trabajo se sobre pone por escorsece . >> criticos gente que ve cine entonces un punto de vista, su forma de decidir que es lo mejor de su crítica le da mucha relevancia . >> hasta la fecha han ganado más de 670 millones de dólares en taquilla . >> el apoyo es gratificante . >> el triunfo se hizo tendencia en redes sociales como twitter donde slaen mensajes como alfonso cuarón ganando el globo oro . >> felicidades pone en alto el nombre de méxico . >> si se puede . >> es el cuarto mexicano que recibe un premio es precursor de que pasara en el oscar . >> puede ser un vaticinio que es esta semana el timing como se dice es perfecto . >> en los Ángeles univisión . >> si . >> claro es película que hizo con su hijo es doble triunfo . >> colaboración buena que tenemos que contar más . >> así es felicidades enhorabuena gracias . >> [música] . >> [música] . >> [♪ ♪] . >> ♪ espera ♪ ven, ven conmigo . >> disculpen la tardanza. >> no se preocupe, ingeniero. >> ya tiene rato esperÁndolo el seÑor ismael delgado, ingeniero. >> es que tuve
PBS
Jan 13, 2014 6:30pm PST
. duke is in mumbai city the dentist today to go in science and knowledge from the many hollywood biggies also joined the festivities. that enacted as construction begins in the currency and clear headed and i like to be dying off to attend the festivities. iv she lot of very hungry already and agreed to oppose and vote. a duty to all of you. and yes. nobody wants to start on the end of winter season and the harvesting cost of the talks. once i asked thompson is an offering of sweets crisps rights and popcorn to bid on one plant and into the box office to the keys. it is nice and it did in northern states of punjab pretty and i didn't have much to do. the fall that is an integral part of coding you have promises to bring the best player on the box office take a look at how one would go with your book gets die. stunning views studying the vehicle i began cool because it's playing at stations running hiking and getting means to the beams of a bunch of new beads is bollywood status for the study. the cussing shooting dead the ten team unscrew the screws be seeing bits and i had to as
CSPAN
Jan 13, 2014 8:30pm EST
hollywood movies either in theaters or developing about the navy s.e.a.l.s alone. special operations command has doubled in size and now they are played in over 100 countries. everyone was really attracted to the osama bin laden osama bin laden rate but it wasn't actually very. we did 11 similar raids that night in afghanistan and the ability of special operators combining fusing intelligence collection and going after targets is exponentially and everyone you talk to in the special operations world will tell you this. i can go into some detail if you are interested about a case study that i studied carefully in the summer of 2002 the bush administration almost authorizes strike incur mall in northern iraq which was against al zarqawi which later became the head of the sunni terrorist groups in iraq. they almost went after him and it was a complete disaster. they had months to plan and they never had confidence in the capabilities and the risk associated in the mission. now conducting is similar raids would be fairly standard. the third capability is cybercapabilities and as we learn
PBS
Jan 13, 2014 5:30pm PST
to hollywood twenty oh one season is heating up with two very different films grabbing the limelight at the golden blooded see how many americans also got to mow still hurts but the biggest price when too much more serious dominate the annual golden globe hollywood knows how to put on a good show. this year's golden globes one exception johnny depp announce the winner of the award for best motion picture. or it goes to school uses eighth directive steve mcqueen one with twelve years has made a searing drama about racism and slavery in the untied states . it's based on the true story of solomon or throw a free black man who was kidnapped and sold into slavery in nineteenth century america and saw that it will be years before gaining his freedom. the film received nominations in step and catching treats in the end of the one and only the best motion picture award but that is the big one. sarah paulson the crime comedy the american consul to make its real goal is including best musical or comedy. amy adams won best actress in a comedy of rodents in the process. this supporting actress w
KRON
Jan 13, 2014 5:00pm PST
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CNN
Jan 13, 2014 4:00pm PST
at home. >> meryl streep so brilliant proving there are still great parts in hollywood for meryl streeps over 60. >> "gravity" nominated for best film. it's a story of how george clooney would rather float away into space and die than spend one more minute with a woman his own age. >> did the two women inject too much estrogen. according to kyle smith the show could have been called girls and wants a male host back. >> there is a lot of tradition of trying to get ahead of the comedy. if you are fat you make a fat joke first. they felt all of the jokes had to be about women. why can't the jokes just be funny. >> you said the show delivered the largest audience in ten years, how can you complain about that? >> if the golden globes want straight men like me to watch it they have to realize there are two reasons people watch, one is masculn and one is feminine. the girlie reason is look at the pretty dress. the masculine reason is because five lawyers go into the forest and only one can emerge with the bloody trophiy. there are winners and losers. >> what show are you watching? peopl
ABC
Jan 13, 2014 4:00pm PST
contains more profanity than any other movie in hollywood history. >> many consider globes a dress rehearsal for oscars we'll bring it to you live on abc7 morning news, you can see who wins on oscar sunday, march 2nd here on abc7. >> if you're a fan of abc's hit show "the bachelor" you know it's juanuary. abc7 news caught up with batchelor at the center of it all, juan pablo. the most eligible bachelor is on the prowl for a soul mate. will the 32-year-old strapping venezuelan find her? he says she has to love children. >> when you don't have rhythm and that, when you play music there is something inside of you that makes you dance, makes you move your hand. if you don't have that, you try to teach it, it's very hard. >> juan pablo says he thought about leaving the show several times saying he just wanted to give up and go home. you can watch the drama unfold tonight and every monday night at 8:00 right here on your bachelor station. >> you can't go home. it's juanuary. >> come on. buck up. >> just ahead long time congressman george miller with a big announcement. >> first bridge ga
FOX News
Jan 13, 2014 4:00pm PST
there be a dialogue about both? why isn't the dialogue emphasis. it just isn't. hollywood doesn't sort of try push that issue. families intact are better. >> definition for generations did you spend more money than the other guy. that's why our deficits are so high and our problems are unsolved. they are asking the wrong question. common sense just tells you that this is the area that you need to focus if you really want to help children and if you want to help the families escape poverty. there is no one more articulate or better on this issue or would be than president obama who has talked about this in several of his speeches. he hasn't really invested in it or fossilled up in it but he does talk about it he has urged fathers to stay home. evidence has talked about the importance of two parents raising children. he defied the odds because he was brought up by single mom and grandparents and became president of the united states. this needs tore to be a real moral crusade. this is a value-laden fight it is much more values than economics, interestingly. as i said, can you raise
Bloomberg
Jan 13, 2014 7:00pm EST
still great parts in hollywood for meryl streep over 60. matthew mcconaughey did amazing work this year for his role in dallas buyers club, he lost 45 pounds or, being in a movie -- or what actresses called "being in a movie. >> that is great. robin wright accepted the award as best actress in a tv drama for her role in "house of cards or co- -- cards." >> "house of cards post quote an "orange is the new black." netflix will not feel so smug when snatch that is appear in a few years excepting west drama. -- asked drama -- accepting best drama. >> "gravity" is nominated for best film. it is the story of how george clooney would rather float away into space and i then spend one more minute with a woman his own age. [laughter] [applause] >> fashion is always a big part of the golden globes. if you like what you saw, we have got an app or you. you snap and search and then you get to buy. the cofounders explain how it works. >> developing the technology now for about six years. we're basing the university in ireland. i did a phd in this area. i have worked in the recognition stage -- an
LINKTV
Jan 13, 2014 2:30pm PST
. that theno sign government intends to use force to break them up. hollywood awards season is in full swing. last night, the stars were out in force for the 71st annual golden gloves. -- golden globes. a few of the top winners seemed to be shoe-ins, but there were a few surprises as well. >> and the golden globe awards goes to "12 years a slave." >> seven nominations come but it took home only one prize -- the big one. steve mcqueen's saga based on the story of a free black man who was kidnapped and sold into the coveted award for best drama. "american hustle" is now an oscar front-runner after claiming three awards, including best actress and best supporting actress. australian cate blanchett was named best actress in a drama. >> i have a few vodkas under my belt and here we are. >> leonardo dicaprio snagged best actor in a comedy for his role in "the wolf of wall street." >> i have to thank mr. martin scorsese. then queue for allowing me to stock you into making this movie ou into making this movie. >> best director went to alfonso cuaron for "gravity," starring sandra bullock and g
LINKTV
Jan 13, 2014 2:00pm PST
contained but is not yet quite under control. from australia to hollywood, the awards season is heating up. >> "american hustle," got the most awards, but the much more serious film was the biggest surprise. >> welcome to the 70 first annual golden globe awards. >> hollywood knows how to put on a good show. this year was no exception. johnny depp announced the winner of the war for best motion picture. >> it goes to "12 years a slave ." >> steve mcqueen one with "12 years a slave." a searing drama about racism and slavery in the united states. it is based on the true story of solomon northrup, a free black man who was kidnapped and sold into slavery in 19th century america, suffering for 12 years before regaining his freedom. the film received nominations in several categories. "american hustle," collecting three awards. amy adams won best actress for her role. best supporting actress went to jennifer lawrence. she was a big hit with the audience. >> the women this year, it is such an audience. >> alfonso curaon picked up the most direct gravity -- gravitas for his film, gravity
MSNBC
Jan 13, 2014 2:00pm PST
. >> we're hosting the golden globes for our second time because this is hollywood. >> amy pohler and tina fey shine at the golden globes. >> it's the story of how george clooney would rather float away in space and die than spend one minute with a woman his own age. >> enjoy it while it lasts netflix. you're not going to be feeling so smug in the next few years when snap chat is accepting best drama. >>> the number two trender, tapped out. >> there is a big crisis after a chemical leak. >> some families are struggling to feed and bathe their own kids. >> west virginians are continuing to suffer from water woes. >> west virginia american water will begin giving the green light in zones. >> we can hold up. >>> today's top trender, on the line. >> three million americans who stopped received their unemployment benefits two weeks ago. the clock is ticking. 1200 bucks doesn't go very far. without these essentials, job hunting is almost impossible. congress stalls on renewing unemployment insurance. john boehner is a major obstacle. if congress doesn't act, the white house says 4.9 million
FOX News
Jan 13, 2014 1:00pm PST
movies. >> i'm not one to say, big, bad, hollywood, get back to '30s and '40s, but i think, especially in something like the ratings -- this was rated as an r movie. it was not. it was ma movie. and that's a big difference. >> this gets big awards and a lot of them and a lot of distinction the movies you like, father, do not. so, you obviously preach to the young a lot. how do you persuade them that there are other awards worth striving for. >> we have to persuade talented people to make wonderfully, beautiful, good, -- good art that gets a message. inside lou and davis. a movie out right now. it wasn't like a christian beautiful, wonderful film, but i walked away going this guy, the man actor, was just a mediocre guy and was portrayed as not being a good thing. wasn't good at singing or loving or -- and so at least you have an underring, this is not something i want to be like. you didn't get that from wolf of wall street. >> you've did do mass confession for everyone in that movie theater. >> did you see it? >> i movie theater. >> did you see it, neil? >> i did. >> you gave money to
CNN
Jan 13, 2014 1:00pm PST
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FOX Business
Jan 13, 2014 3:00pm EST
of wall street," but outside hollywood jordan bell fort squaring off with a u.s. attorney. charlie gasparino has the latest on that, he's going to tell us why. and, listen, we're about the business of people. charlie's on that story. and anybody out there want a bentley? turns out even the super rich occasionally have to turn to a pawnshop to fund their high roller lifestyle? details on that nextment. ♪ ♪ as a business owner, i'm constantly putting out fires. so i deserve a small business credit card with amazing rewards. with the spark cascard from capital one, i get 2% cash back on ery purchase, every day. i break my back around here. finally soone's recognizing me with unlimited rewards! meetings start at 11, cindy. [ male announcer get the spark business card from capital one. choose 2% sh back or double miles on every purchase, every d. what's in your wallet? i need your timesheets, larry! what's in your wallet? he has the most my dad hacommon kind...llation, ...it's not caused by a heart valve problem. dad, it says yourst my dad haafib puts you.llation, at 5 times greater
MSNBC
Jan 13, 2014 12:00pm PST
look real quick. >> i think it was 47 years ago the hollywood foreign press gave me a promising nomination -- a promising newcomer. you have nominated me five times. any way, scottish background to the front. >> so two reactions i have. first it was what is going on right now? this is the strangest speech i have ever seen and other is this is about the most amazing speech i had ever seen because you don't know what will come next. you don't take your eyes off the screen. what i find most entertaining is actually reading it all happen via twit ter and hear what peope had to say. owen said she probably shouldn't have taken mushrooms for the first time tonight and my friend david tweeted i'll have a jackie bisset. we had nick that said dicaprio should get an award. i love how they cut speeches short as if we have anything better to do. and i saw ari tweeting up a storm. she does nervous exceptionally well hash tag jennifer lawrence hash tag golden globe. you were all over the place. >> ari did a lot of tweeting last night. you're right, it does undermine some of the credibility for
MSNBC
Jan 13, 2014 11:00am PST
to. >> maybe this is something hollywood foreign press want to look at. scale back at the amount of champagne they put on the tables. there was some speeches last night and presentations that were -- not to jump to conclusions but it appears some of those folks may have been under the influence of something. >> the reason for that is you don't see this on tv but they serve dinner at this event. they start serving at 3:30 in the afternoon in los angeles. so by the time all of the guests arrive in the ball room, the tables have been cleared and only thing on the table is lots and lots of alcohol. so they've done a long stretch on the red carpet and then they come into the ball room and they drink a lot and i don't think they mean to get drunk but some of the actors do. >> kind of like the hosts of "the cycle" here on msnbc. >>> still ahead, our "news nation" gut check. the contract for the new president of alabama state university is raising a lot of eyebrows for a clause that restricts her love life. we'll explain on the other side of this break. [ female announcer ] it figures. on y
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